Searching for "HARDINGTON"

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    Place name County Entry Source
    BATH and WELLS Somerset Hardington, Laverton, Mells, Merston-Bigot, Holcombe, Nunney, Orchardleigh, Radstock, Road-with-Wolverton, Stratton-on-the-Fosse, Tellisford, Wanstrow, Whatley, and Writhlington Imperial
    Broughton, Kilbucho, and Glenholm Peebles Shire Hardington House, is owner of almost the whole of Broughton. At present the chief mansions are Rachan House (Jas. Tweedie Groome
    FROME Somerset Hardington, Hemington, Forscote, Writhlington, Babington, and part of Elm. Acres, 51, 239. Poor-rates in 1862, £13, 099. Pop. in 1851, 25, 325; in 1861, 23, 704. Houses Imperial
    Hardington Somerset Hardington , par., E. Somerset, 3½ miles NW. of Frome, 831 ac., pop. 38; contains the seat of H. Park Bartholomew
    HARDINGTON Somerset HARDINGTON , a parish in Frome district, Somerset; 3¾ miles NW by N of Frome r. station. Post-town, Frome Imperial
    Hardington House Lanarkshire Hardington House, a mansion in Wiston and Roberton parish, Lanarkshire, near the left bank of the Clyde, ¾ mile SSW of Lamington Groome
    Hardington House Lanarkshire Hardington House , seat, Wiston and Roberton par., Lanarkshire, on river Clyde, near Lamington sta. Bartholomew
    Hardington Mandeville Somerset Hardington Mandeville , par. and vil., mid. Somerset, 4 miles SW. of Yeovil, 2631 ac., pop. 633; P.O. Bartholomew
    HARDINGTON-MANDEVILLE Somerset HARDINGTON-MANDEVILLE , a village and a parish in Yeovil district, Somerset. The village stands near the Sutton-Bingham station of the Yeovil Imperial
    HARLINGTON Middlesex Hardington Lodge, the seat of the late W. Brown, Esq., stands amid charming grounds. The living is a rectory in the diocese Imperial
    HEMINGTON Somerset Hardington, in the diocese of Bath and Wells. Value, £641. * Patron, Lord Poltimore. The church is ancient; underwent recent Imperial
    Tain Cromarty
    Ross Shire
    Hardington (son of Rev. Dr Angus M`Intosh, during whose ministry the church was vacated), Kenneth Murray, Esq. of Geanies Groome
    Wiston and Roberton Lanarkshire Hardington House, noticed separately, is the -chief residence; and 5 proprietors hold each an annual value of more, 3 of less Groome
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